- Breaking: Dismissed judge Yinusa arraigned over corruption allegations
- Battle line drawn as Governor Emmanuel dares his predecessor Akpabio, sacks cabinet members
- Police urges hit and run driver to voluntarily report to station, say victim is alive
- Benue killing: Ortom warns against false alarm, inflammatory statements in Makurdi
US ambassador to Nigeria, Stuart Symington, says Trump's administration has a high regard for Nigerians. The envoy was summoned by the ministry of foreign affairs to make clarification on the racist remark allegedly made by Trump.
Two Nigerian soldiers on Monday, January 15, were reported to have slumped while participating in a parade at the 2018 Armed Forces Remembrance Day held at the Dr Alex Ekwueme Square, Awka, the Anambra state capital.
South Africa has protested to the United States embassy in Pretoria about reported remark made by US President Donald Trump on Haiti and other African countries. A source said Trump made the remark during a meeting on immigration.
The outgoing president of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has been expelled from her party, for allegedly failing to support her vice, Joseph Boakai to succeed her. Weah won Liberia's presidential election of 2017
Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa who was killed during Nigeria's first military coup in 1966, was the country's prime minister during the First Republic. He was killed by Major Emmanuel Ifeajuna the day he was captured from his home.
Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia said although being a governor is good, his earnest desire is to go to heaven when Jesus Christ comes again. He said that problem are designed to distract us from God who he says is coming soon.
Despite the economic plights they face, Africans in the United States constitute 41 percent of immigrants with bachelor's degree or higher while less than other 30 percent of all other immigrants have the same degrees
Gronniosaw Ukawsaw who was sold into slavery was the son of the eldest daughter of Sultan Dunama VI ibn'Ali of the Sefuwa Dynasty of the Kanem Bornu Empire. He was the first African to publish a book in Britain.
Police X-squad has launched holistic investigation into alleged brutality on a pregnant woman by operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad in Delta state. They urged the public to remain calm while investigation is ongoing.
Nigerians have lamented the epileptic power supply in the country, saying they have not been enjoying electricity in their areas. They were Facebook users who reacted to a question asked by NAIJ.com on its Facebook page.
Angry youths in Gadumo community in Lokoja, attacked a yet-to-be-identified soldier for allegedly making overtures to a married woman in the community. The solder was alleged to be fond of making amorous advances at village girls.
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has announced that the 2017 Batch B Stream 2 orientation course is scheduled to hold in fifteen states NYSC orientation camps only. Some of the states include Bauchi, Benue and Lagos.
A 47-year-old Chinese woman, Zhen Zhen who was arraigned by an Ikeja High Court on Thursday, January 11, was remanded in Kirikiri Female Prison for allegedly setting fire to a hotel in Allen and damaging the property.
Nigerian Medical Association in Zamfara has announced that the chairman of the association in the state, Dr Tijjani Sa'idu, is dead. He died on Thursday, January 11 as a result of injuries sustained from a road accident.
The vice chancellor of Eko University Medicine and Health Science, Lagos, Prof Muheez Durosimi, has lamented the inadequacy of registered Nigerian doctors. He said out of 73,000 registered doctors, 38,000 are practising abroad.
A video has gone viral, in which the commissioner of special duties in Kano state, Abdullahi Sunusi, is seen telling his supporters to stone ex-governor Kwankwaso. Sunusi has, however, not confirmed or disowned the video.
The Nigeria police have deployed 8, 000 personnel across Kaduna metropolis ahead of the protest by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) over the sack of 36,000 civil servants by the governor, Nasir Ahmad El-Rufa’i.
Nigerian community in South Africa has said that four members are in critical condition in the hospital while some shops have been burnt in attacks by South Africans. The community urges President Buhari to do something about it.
Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme and SA to the president on Niger Delta matters, Paul Boroh, said on Wednesday, January 10, that over 4,000 benefitted from the training and empowerment programme of the amnesty.
Youths under the aegis of Future Leaders for Change in Ondo have expressed their displeasure over Governor Rotimi Akeredolu's alleged wasteful extravagance of tax payers money and lack of sympathy for the suffering people of Ondo.
The National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) in its resolve to clamp down on piracy seized uncensored, unclassified and pirated films worth about N200m and arrested 12 suspected pirates between March and December, 2017.
The United Nations refugee agency has faulted the Israeli's govt's plan to send home illegal African migrants or jail who fail to leave the country after end of March. The UN said some could be resettled in Europe.